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Digestion and Nutrition

Digestion and Nutrition

Digestion and Nutrition. Chapter 32. Obtaining Energy. All organisms require energy to maintain their complex structure. The ultimate source of energy is the sun. Green plants utilize energy in sunlight to make glucose. Autotrophs ( phototrophs )

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The Genetic Code

The Genetic Code

The Genetic Code. Genetic code: the dictionary of molecular meaning. Universal: same code used by all organisms on earth Triplet: 3 bases = one “word” Unambiguous: each triplet has only one meaning

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Digestion and Nutrition

Digestion and Nutrition

Digestion and Nutrition. Chapter 32. Obtaining Energy. All organisms require energy to maintain their complex structure. The ultimate source of energy is the sun. Green plants utilize energy in sunlight to make glucose. Autotrophs ( phototrophs )

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Chapter 24 Proteins

Chapter 24 Proteins

Chapter 24 Proteins. Introduction The three major groups of biological polymers are polysaccharides, proteins and nucleic acids Proteins have many diverse functions; they are major components of the following biomolecules Enzymes and hormones which catalyze and regulate biological reactions

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Amino Acid Metabolism 1: Nitrogen fixation and assimilation, amino acid degradation, the urea cycle

Amino Acid Metabolism 1: Nitrogen fixation and assimilation, amino acid degradation, the urea cycle

Amino Acid Metabolism 1: Nitrogen fixation and assimilation, amino acid degradation, the urea cycle. Bioc 460 Spring 2008 - Lecture 38 (Miesfeld). Glutamine synthetase converts glutamate to glutamine through a nitrogen assimilation reaction.

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Food Enzymes: Friend or Foe? A Great Teaching Topic

Food Enzymes: Friend or Foe? A Great Teaching Topic

Food Enzymes: Friend or Foe? A Great Teaching Topic. Dr. S. Suzanne Nielsen, Purdue University, Dept. Food Science, nielsens@purdue.edu. Enzymes in the Food Industry - - Friend or Foe?. What are enzymes? What controls the action of enzymes? Why are enzymes important in the food industry?

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Chapter 6: Metabolism: Fueling Cell Growth

Chapter 6: Metabolism: Fueling Cell Growth

Chapter 6: Metabolism: Fueling Cell Growth. Don’t worry too much about the details of Glycolysis, Cellular Respiration, or Photosynthesis onward. These topics are covered on pp. 144-151 and pp. 156-163.

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CHAPTER 24

CHAPTER 24

Metabolic Pathways for Lipids and Amino Acids. CHAPTER 24. Lipids  fatty acids and glycerol Proteins  amino acids Gives us the nitrogen to synthesize nitrogen-containing compounds in our cells (new proteins and nucleic acids)

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Digestion and Nutrient Absorption

Digestion and Nutrient Absorption

Digestion and Nutrient Absorption. Presented by: Professor Steven Dion, Teresa Ward & Kelly Baker Salem State College - Sport, Fitness and Leisure Studies Dept. Glossary of Terms. Duodenum – The first section of the small intestine. It is .3 meters long.

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Mining Motifs from Biosequences

Mining Motifs from Biosequences

Mining Motifs from Biosequences. Computer Science Department National Chiao Tung University Yuh-Jyh Hu. Outline. Introduction to DNA Sequence Motif Prediction Characteristics of DNA Motif-finding Problem Issues of DNA Motif-finding Algorithms Examples and current research directions

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The digestive and Urinary system

The digestive and Urinary system

The digestive and Urinary system. P. Lobosco. The Digestive System. The Digestive System is a group of organs that work together to digest food so that it c an be used by the body. Organs of the Digestive System.

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Review Projects – 2013 Big Idea 3 Mr. Bennett

Review Projects – 2013 Big Idea 3 Mr. Bennett

Review Projects – 2013 Big Idea 3 Mr. Bennett. LO 3.1: The student is able to construct scientific explanations that use the structures and mechanisms of DNA and RNA to support the claim that DNA and, in some cases, that RNA are the primary sources of heritable information.

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Food Enzymes: Friend or Foe? A Great Teaching Topic

Food Enzymes: Friend or Foe? A Great Teaching Topic

Food Enzymes: Friend or Foe? A Great Teaching Topic. Dr. S. Suzanne Nielsen, Purdue University, Dept. Food Science, nielsens@purdue.edu. Enzymes in the Food Industry - - Friend or Foe?. What are enzymes? What controls the action of enzymes? Why are enzymes important in the food industry?

By meir
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Isaac Han (8) Koh Huai Ze (10) Liu Shuyang (14) Ng Wei Kai (16)

Isaac Han (8) Koh Huai Ze (10) Liu Shuyang (14) Ng Wei Kai (16)

The Digestive System. Isaac Han (8) Koh Huai Ze (10) Liu Shuyang (14) Ng Wei Kai (16). Digestion – A brief introduction. The breakdown of food into smaller pieces to allow easy absorption into the blood stream Lipids are broken down into fatty acids

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Lipids

Lipids

Lipids. A. Classified based on solubility (like dissolves like). 1. insoluble in polar solvents. 2. soluble in nonpolar solvents. 3. lipids are hydrophobic. B. Triglycerides (fats and oils). 1. contain fatty acids. a. -COOH functional group at end of a carbon chain.

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PROTEINS

PROTEINS

PROTEINS. Recall: Nutrients in the human body have three general functions: They can supply energy for processes such as growth, movement, electrical signalling, metabolism 2. They can regulate body processes such as metabolism, growth, membrane transport,

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Chromatography

Chromatography

Chromatography. Prepared by : Mona Abo Hasera. Chromatography. First application by M. S. Tswett 1903 For the separation of plant pigments. Since the components had different colors the Greek chromatos , for color , was used to describe the process, so it means color writing .

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Enzymes

Enzymes

Enzymes. Aim : What role do enzymes play in living things? Do Now : Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins. Draw the structure of an amino acid and identify each part. Identify the process by which individual amino acids are linked by peptide bonds to form a polypeptide chain. .

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Flash Cards for Permanent Waving

Flash Cards for Permanent Waving

Flash Cards for Permanent Waving. 1. What is the role of an alkalizing agent in the permanent waving process?. ANSWER To lift the cuticle so that the permanent wave solution ( reducer ) has access to the hair’s cortex.

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Antibacterial 2

Antibacterial 2

Antibacterial 2. By: Dr.Israa Omar. Protein synthesis. Protein synthesis takes place in the ribosomes. Eukaryotic and prokaryotic ribosomes are different, and this provides the basis for the selective antimicrobial action of some antibiotics.

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